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  1. The Social CEO: 6 Reasons Why the CEO Must Lead the Way

    However, audiences are human and much more likely to forgive errors or offenses when some good will has been established in the context of availability. A recent study revealed that 68 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs have absolutely no presence in...

  2. SOPA, PIPA On Hold, But a New Threat on Horizon

    To be clear, the report states, “The Committee rejected an amendment to limit access to IP address data to only certain crimes against children and related offenses. Nevada Senator Harry Reid has postponed the Protect I.P.vote, while House...

  3. Sharing Netflix Password Could Make Jailhouse Rock

    Over $500 and repeat offenses would be a felony. If you live in the state of Tennessee sharing your password to your music or movie access accounts could land you in jail after July 1. Tennessee governor Bill Haslam passed a bill making music and...

  4. Copyright Law: What Search Marketers Should Know (Part 1)

    According to the law, up to a $500,000 fine or up to five years imprisonment for a first offense, and up to $1,000,000 or 10 years imprisonment for subsequent offenses. Search marketers will almost certainly run into copyright issues at some point...

  5. Seven Stupid Searching Mistakes, Part 1

    Continued tomorrow: Committing capital offenses; close, but no cigar; and the number-one most common searching mistake -- looking for hits in all the wrong places. In the lighthearted spirit of the popular books for "idiots" and "dummies," here's a...

  6. Inktomi Expands Inclusion Partners

    You can submit suspected spamming offenses to [email protected] In conjunction with last month's Search Engine Strategies conference, Inktomi announced a number of new partners who are reselling its paid inclusion programs plus the...